Awards for AoG.

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En­ergy, who are de­vel­op­ing two much larger fields nearby and were re­quired by Is­rael to sell off other dis­cov­er­ies in an ef­fort to open up the sec­tor to com­pe­ti­tion. Rather than pig­gy­back off that group’s in­fra­struc­ture, an idea pre­vi­ously floated by some ex­perts, En­ergean plans to lease its own float­ing pro­duc­tion, stor­age and of­fload­ing (FPSO) ves­sel and build a sep­a­rate pipe­line to Is­rael. “We are go­ing to be a to­tally in­de­pen­dent sys­tem,” CEO Mathios Ri­gas told Reuters, adding that a com­bi­na­tion of lo­cal and in­ter­na­tional banks will help fi­nance the $1.3-$1.5 bil­lion needed. Be­fore mak­ing a fi­nal in­vest­ment de­ci­sion, which is ex­pected in De­cem­ber, the Is­raeli gov­ern­ment must first ap­prove the devel­op­ment plan and En­ergean needs to se­cure sales con­tracts for 3 bil­lion cu­bic me­ters of gas per year, Ri­gas said.

Alu­minium of Greece, a mem­ber of the Myti­li­neos Group, picked up two distinc­tions at the Health & Safety Awards 2016, or­ga­nized by Bous­sias Com­mu­ni­ca­tions. The com­pany col­lected the top award in the “Alu­mina and Alu­minium Pro­duc­tion and Trad­ing” cat­e­gory for im­ple­ment­ing con­sul­ta­tions with its stake­hold­ers on the is­sue of health and safety in the work­place, and the gold award in the “Ac­tiv­i­ties” cat­e­gory for in­form­ing its em­ploy­ees about is­sues of health and safety via its “Western Hemi­sphere” com­mu­ni­ca­tion pro­ject.

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